Pousada Refron Du Mar
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... to take a photo with - cause we thought he was cool. And he had a crush on one of us. We then went back up and I snoozed for a while on the beach chair as I dried off. When I woke up, Jeff (?) our "Brazilian dad" came around to sell the photos, which cost us a combined total off $50R. Not bad! We also talked to the German guy called Marc who asked if we wanted to get drinks/dinner that night. We exchanged numbers and said yeah. We walked back to the hostel. ...
... to party. Everyone was set to get on it that night and so we drank until the very early hours at a bar just around the corner. The streets were packed with people dancing away to the music playing from the bar. It was such a laugh spenting time with the guys after a week or so with the girls.
I made it half way down the beach the following day to trek the highest peak on the island before calling it quits and turning back. That day i very ...
... ended well as everyone made it back safely.
The next day brought another lengthy hike to a beach called Lopes Mendes, often described as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With the sun beating down it was a relief to finally make it there. We got our reward of an almost deserted mile long beach with white sand and crystal clear water. After a few hours of blissful relaxation, we ...
... moved to the streets where several Santa Cruzians had brought their vehicles and blared music out of the back of their cars. It was an intoxicating atmosphere (although the alcohol helped that too) and we landed up partying till the sunrise. It was an unexpected and unique night out and one none of us will soon forget.
So that is my Bolivia experience in a nutshell, next update I will recap my first few days in Brazil, including the Pantanals and the town of Bonito... later peeps!
... fajitas with nachos, salsa and guacamole will certainly make a nice change from the cheese and bread I seem to have survived on in Rio.
We enjoyed our meal and caprinihas and after setting off at what we thought was a reasonable Brazilian time for a beach party (11.30pm) made our way to Jabaquara beach. We arrived to find a bonfire, music and bar on the beach but only 5 people!!! We joined for a drink or so and stayed a while but as no one else joined we resigned to ...